Tree measurement is the basis for assessing government levies and other charges for timber harvested and removed from forest land, saleable or disposable land and civil reserves; Provided that until the tree measurement mechanisms have been developed and promulgated in the rules and regulations, the current scaling method is used in accordance with the National Tax Code. c. Forest levies due by a tenant on timber and other forest products grown, felled or collected in an industrial tree plantation, tree yard or agroforestry operation require only twenty-five per cent (25 per cent) of the ordinary forest levies prescribed by the national financial regulations; 3. timber licensors who have purchased viable processing machinery and equipment that will be installed and commissioned in accordance with the schedule approved by the Head of Department; And the construction and operation of facilities necessary for outdoor recreation are carried out by the Presidium using funds from rental and royalties for the operation and use of leisure facilities by individuals or operators, in addition to funds used for these purposes. w. Multiple use is the harmonized use of land, soil, water, wildlife, recreational value, grass and wood from forest areas. The duration of eligibility for timber harvesting on a given forest land under a licence agreement or licence shall be determined and determined in accordance with the annual average permitted therein, the specified deforestation cycle, the yield capacity of the timber that can be exploited and the capacity for healthy residues for second growth. The location, prospecting, exploration, use or exploitation of mineral resources in forest reserves is subject to mining laws, rules and regulations. The location, prospecting, exploration, exploitation or exploitation of mineral resources in forest concessions is not permitted unless the licensees have been duly informed and the prior approval of the Director has been ensured.

All wood licensing guides that do not have a processing plant and that have not planned its construction must, together with wood processors, adopt one or more regulations for the processing of roundwood production in accordance with Article 30 of this Ordinance. [In the version of No.. .